Fujitsu has just put out an enterprise level tablet PC aimed at businesses in that of the 10.1 inch Lifebook TH40/D running Windows 7. The price point was really too expensive for most people to pick up $1700.00. So the company decided to go the pure consumer route and is going to release a 7 inch Google Android 3.1 Tablet in the 3rd Quarter of 2011 for around $350 – $600. No other details are known at this time, but it will be good to see more Android 3.1 devices being launched this year.
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